windshield

[ UK /wˈɪndʃiːld/ ]
[ US /ˈwɪndˌʃiɫd/ ]
NOUN
  1. transparent screen (as of glass) to protect occupants of a vehicle
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How To Use windshield In A Sentence

  • Imagine trying to count the raindrops on your car's windshield after a light rain.
  • It showed the twisted remains of a wrecked car, a shattered windshield, and a small body face down, arms and legs wildly akimbo.
  • Most air crashes occur when a bird hits the windshield or is inducted into the engine.
  • Then she told Jerezano where on his windshield to put the decalcomania, wished him a good day and thanked him for coming to Mexico. Tramites: Mexican Paperwork----ouch!
  • Moisture is beaded on the windshield of the pick-up.
  • Ironically, Wade starts off by cleaning the windshield and then uses a blow dryer to apply an even coat of dust to his canvas.
  • In addition to testing exterior mirrors, vibration tests are also run on interior mirrors for convertibles that mount to windshields that are not supported by a header.
  • Loved the twisted ending and the spidered windshield. EF 5 • by J.C. Towler
  • a windshield with good visibility
  • Their steeply raked windshields and low seats gave them a track-ready look but made them awkward to use (though they are comfortable enough once you're inside).
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